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Jeff Tucker Free Talk Live Interview on Open Information and IP

A Mises Blog post from a year ago:

Jeff Tucker Free Talk Live Interview on Open Information and IP

February 9, 2010 by Stephan Kinsella

Jeff Tucker was interviewed yesterday by Mark Edge, as part of his “Edgington Post Interview Series,” for his Free Talk Live radio show, about the Mises Institute’s “open information” approach (see Jeff Tucker, A Theory of Open [archived comments], B.K. Marcus, Mises.org on iTunes U, Doug French, The Intellectual Revolution Is in Process [archived comments]). The interview is lasts about 24 minutes, and starts at 2:52:07 in the Feb. 8, 2010 show. Tucker makes some great points, such as his idea that perhaps the antitrust law prevented movie studios from owning the theaters and thus may have made them less likely to be willing to consider online distribution models; and his example of how the Cantor-Cox book, which was released for free online months before the paper version, helped to create a ready-made audience for the paper book.

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